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Wounds that take longer than 28 days to heal can be considered chronic and may be attributed to inadequate circulation, poorly functioning veins, lack of mobility, underlying illnesses, burn injuries and late effect radiation exposure; all of which can result in a lowered quality of life
When treating patients with wounds that do not respond to traditional care, our highly skilled and compassionate wound care treatment team is committed to providing the quality care that will lead to successful outcomes and an improved quality of life.
An important part of this quality care includes our patient evaluations. They are an essential component in the preparation of individualized treatment programs for our patients.
Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine at United Memorial is designed to complement your physician's services and is comprised of a team of specially trained medical professionals that include:
In concert with many of the nation's leading hospitals, United Memorial Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine uses an interdisciplinary approach that includes specialized practitioners together with the latest advances in wound care management and technologies to assure quality outcomes. Our care includes:
If you suffer from a chronic or non-healing wound, please ask your physician about our outpatient Wound Care Center, or please contact us directly at (585) 344-5372 to schedule an appointment for an assessment. We look forward to helping you.